Making The Breast Of It


You’re
 about to discover the SECRETS that most women never know that they can Look Good & Feel Great after Mastectomy as a results of Breast Cancer…Overcoming Fear of Intimacy after Mastectomy does NOT need to be a struggle in order to have an intimate relationship with a man.

You’ll learn 5 ways to feel great when you enter the bedroom with a man . . . you’ll never feel embarrassed or doubtful of your sexuality again.

You’ll learn 5 ways to feel great when you enter the bedroom with a man . . . you’ll never feel embarrassed or doubtful of your sexuality again.
  • You’ll learn that your sexuality
    does not depend on having one breast or two breasts.
  • You’ll realize that you are
    NOT
    your breast.
  • You’ll learn that it’s just a beginning of your new life.
  • You’ll learn how to appreciate
    life and enjoy every moment of it.
  • You’ll learn how to celebrate
    life even with one breast or none.

 

You are about to learn the truth about why you DON’T have to go through feeling unattractive or…

This book will lead you to new Insights about yourself as a woman that you never knew that you had them in you. It will guide you how to:

  • Reclaim your femininity back after mastectomy.
  • Rebuild your confidence living with one breast.
  • Accept your new image and love it.
  • You’ll learn that fear of intimacy is only in your own head and you have the power to change it.
  • You’ll learn how to feel whole woman again.
  • You’ll learn how to transform yourself from inside out.
  • You’ll learn that sexuality exudes from inside out and not from outside in.
  • You’ll learn how to connect with the real spiritual side of yourself.
  • You’ll learn how to attract into your life as many men as you like

Click the “Buy Now” button to start changing your self-image.

Click the “Buy Now” button to start changing your
self-image.



Or

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the book.



IMPORTANT NOTE: Some of the proceeds of purchasing this book will go to a Cancer Support Organization.

Dear Mastectomy Friend!

If you would like to finally avoid the fear of rejection or unattractive to men because of your mastectomy, and stop feeling sorry for yourselves and creating misery to people around you, then this might be the most important letter you’ll ever read.

My name is Lea Yekutiel. In February 2000, I was diagnosed with breast cancer and the verdict was Radical Mastectomy.

I am not a professional ad writer, but what I want to share with you is revolutionary exciting. That I just had to sit down and tell you about it. So please bear with me.

Imagine yourself with two fabulous breasts that the nature blessed you with. They are size C cup, but you still don’t need to wear bra because they are so beautifully sculptured and nobody can tell if you wear a bra or not. They are your pride and joy of your womanhood. You cherish them. They are a part of your whole being as a woman. This was me when I was in my mid fifties.

One day I was diagnosed with Breast Cancer and the verdict was Radical Mastectomy. Yes, the doctors told me that there were all kinds of option available to me in forms of reconstruction. I believed them; I tried them all over and over again, but the results were fruitless.

I was left to face the dreaded truth that I have to live with One Breast for the rest of my life. I was crushed, confused. My whole image as a woman was destroyed.

Breast Cancer is one of the most fearsome diseases a woman can face. I was one of many women in this situation.

My worst fears were facing myself every time I looked in the mirror. The mirror doesn’t lie.

My new image was not acceptable to me every time I looked in the mirror.

That’s where I was six years ago, questioning myself.

  • Would I be whole woman again?
  • Would I be desirable to men again?
  • Would I be able to have intimate relationship with men again?

It took me a while to get over it and I sympathize with what you are going through. I know there are many of us around the world, who live with the same fears I lived with.

That experience inspired me to take action and do something…

And if you don’t think what I have to say works, wait until you read my book and hear about the outrageous thing I did in front of 350 strangers

What people have to say about
“Making the Breast of It”

By reading this book I learned how to connect with my inner self and realized that I am a whole woman even with one Breast or none. Few months later I found a boyfriend.

Ruth Cohn – divorced mother

This book helped me to restore the confidence that I had as a woman before Mastectomy.

Caroline Raymond – single woman

…I got new insight about living with One Breast. Living with one Breast was not an issue for intimacy with men anymore. It was how I projected myself…as a result I found my soul mate.

Judee Rimon – a nurse

…I learned that the fear of intimacy was all in my own head. I had the option to shift my mind by remembering who I really was and ‘feel a whole woman again’. Now I have a boyfriend.

Malka Rubin – single woman

I was amazed how this book touched me personally, even though I am not a breast cancer patient and neither did I have mastectomy. It is brilliantly written that touches every aspect of life. It gives the reader the tools how to connect with the spiritual aspect of life, especially for breast cancer patients. It also gives tools how to overcome the fear of intimacy after mastectomy and I love the inspirational quotes. It is necessary read for anybody who has to overcome challenges in life.

Ms. S. Green – married women

I just finished reading, “Making the Breast of it” Overcoming Fear of Intimacy After Mastectomy. The book was so powerful that I could not put it down until I finished reading, “Making the Breast of it”. The story moved me as well as the author’s desire to assist and educate other women who have had the experience of Breast Cancer touch their lives. It is apparent, that Ms. Yekutiel understands first hand the fear that lurks behind facing, overcoming, and thriving, after Breast Cancer.By having this book, not only do I feel that there is another woman out there who understands my pain and newfound intimacy issues. The book includes inspiring self- coping tools that I now have at my fingertips like a trusted friend. By incorporating the author’s suggestions, I am now able to understand my own fear of intimacy. Above all, how to cope with it by living life on a higher level of consciousness.

I recommend this book not only personally but professionally as well. It is a gem for any therapist who is assisting other women to cope with Intimacy after Breast Cancer (or any other life threatening illness for that matter).

Julie Alyson, M.S. Marriage, Family, and Child Counseling in Educational Psychology.

Read this book! I could not put it down. This book contains not only grief and sorrow—-it has lots of humor, and excellent information. It is a great read.

OK, I confess! I know Lea personally. I have watched her change and grow over the past few years and I am happy to say that she walks her talk. If you have breast cancer you have to read this book. If you do not, and this includes me, you still should read this book because the principles within it, apply to overcoming any difficult experience. In addition, it will add much more insight into your life, and compassion for women with this type of challenge. I know I do.

Mary Lowe – a married woman

I read your book “Making the Breast of It” from cover to cover and enjoyed it very much. I have a friend going through chemo again and your book helped me realize the importance of a support network, even when people have a hard time asking for help. I recommend your book to anyone and everyone.

Kim Giancaterino

Frequently Asked Questions

Q. What made you to write a book with such a title as “Making the Breast of It”?
A.Since I had breast cancer and lost a breast to mastectomy, it was very traumatic for me. I went through hell with many breast reconstruction surgeries that were unsuccessful. I had no choice but to “make the best of it”. As the saying goes “When you get a lemon, make a lemonade”. After you read the book, you will understand how I turned the “Lemon” into “Lemonade”.

Q. Why did you choose the subtitle as “Overcoming Fear of Intimacy after Mastectomy”?
A. It’s not a secret that men are known for being attracted to women with boobs. As a single woman I was facing the fear of intimacy with men after my own mastectomy. There are many women in my situation around the world, I wanted to relate to them. To let them know that they are not alone in this situation. And help them find some solution to this serious issue. By learning more about themselves, they can learn how to educate and enlighten men about this issue. Since we know that men are more visual and boobs play a big part in sexual encounters.

Q. What inspired you to totally expose your darkest moments?
A. My inspiration came from various reasons. I didn’t want the story to be just another breast cancer story. I wanted to tell my story with a fresh slant to look at breast cancer situation. And bring awareness that we women are not only our breast and our sexuality does not depend on having one breast or none.

Q. Where this desire to help other women in your situation came from?
A. I have been around many breast cancer survivors who had difficulties to accept their new image and lived with constant fear. My heart ached for them. I personally became a stronger human being because of my experience. And I want to convey it to other women in my situation. I want to inspire, empower, and encourage other women to never ever give up in fulfilling their sexual desires. Also to remind women that it’s their job to educate and enlighten the men about this issue.

Q. Why do you feel you became a stronger human being after your experience?
A. As the saying goes “What does not kill you, make you stronger”. This experience helped me to learn a lot about myself. I learned how to tackle obstacles and challenges in life. It helped me to look at life with different perspective. My attitude towards life changed. My priorities in life changed. It helped me to find my mission in life. I learned to become more compassionate to other people. It was a total life change experience for me. As a results, I feel I am a better and stronger person.

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OK Lea, What’s The Cost For This Incredible Book?

Let’s do a quick comparison here. A visit to a psychologist once a week cost $150.00 an hour. Multiply it by 4 weeks equals to $600.00 a month. If you visit the psychologist for the entire year you multiply the $150.00 by 52 weeks it equals to $7800.00.

But I’m NOT going to charge you anything near that price.

You are priceless! But the small investment in yourself is ONLY $15.95 (this is a limited time introductory offer) for the softcover book or $9.95 for the immediate PDF download.

In fact that’s much less than what you pay for cafe late at Starbucks for only I week. Besides what Starbucks you have ever heard of that gives you a money-back guarantee if you are unhappy from your coffee? (That’s right! you can keep the book and read it for 30 days. If you didn’t get your money’s worth, you can return it and get your money back, no questions asked.

  • Click the "Buy Now" button to start changing your self-image.

    Or

    Click on the button below for the instant PDF download version of
    the book.

    IMPORTANT NOTE: Some of the proceeds of purchasing this book will go to a Cancer Support Organization.

  • 3 Responses to Making The Breast Of It

    1. Ejdrha says:

      You are absolutely right, Lesley, that self-examination and tankig regard of family history are both very important, and change the argument significantly. By definition, if you find a lump yourself it is more likely to be a significant tumour (since it is large enough to be felt) that is going to cause problems, compared with a cancer picked up on screening alone. And if there is a strong family history of breast cancer (especially where it has occured before the age of 50) then the chance of developing a significant cancer is increased, so you are more likely to be someone who benefits from screening rather than have unnecessary treatment which means the above statistics would need to be significantly revised. I hadn’t realised you kept a blog thanks for sharing it here. I enjoyed reading it!BW, Martin

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